Truck Driver


Phoenix Truck Driving School is a corporation of commercial driver’s license (CDL) training facilities. Each of our campuses provide top-notch education and our experienced instructors are committed to helping our students succeed. Our schools have trained thousands of truck drivers. Our graduates have gone on to work for many of the nation’s top over-the-road trucking companies, as well as securing regional and local truck driving jobs.

All of our schools are licensed by the Department of Transportation (DOT) and are affiliated with a variety of other associations related to the trucking industry.

Experienced Instructors

The instructors at our truck driving schools are seasoned truck drivers and have real-world experience. This sets them apart and makes it possible for them to give our students the tools and knowledge they need to succeed. They strive to help prepare students for their future careers.

Comprehensive Truck Driver Training

Our classes cover all the information you need to safely operate a commercial motor vehicle (CMV). Whether you choose an accelerated or full-length training program, we will help you pass your CDL test. This includes a written portion covering safety and a skills test where you will operate a tractor-trailer. Programs at our CDL schools also cover information for the air brakes test as well as three endorsements: hazardous materials, tanker, and doubles/triples.


A Rewarding Trucking Career

There is a professional truck driver shortage in the United States and this continues to grow. The American Trucking Associations (ATA) found in their 2019 Truck Driver Shortage Analysis that the industry needed 60,800 more drivers at the end of 2018. This was based on freight demands. Because of this need for qualified drivers, truckers can earn more than $66,000 a year.* Completing your training at Phoenix Truck Driving School can make you a more attractive candidate. We also offer job placement assistance to help our students find positions that match their needs and desires.


CDL School Affiliates

Our affiliations and memberships include:
Logo for the American Trucking Association which advocates for the truck driving industry

American Trucking Associations (ATA)

The ATA has been a leading advocate for the trucking industry since 1933. They represent truckers and their interests in government and legal sectors. We are also a member of the ATA Safety Management Council, which works to promote safe policies, practices, and technology.

Logo for the National Safety Council which promotes health and safety in the trucking industry and others

New Mexico Trucking Association (NMTA)

The New Mexico Trucking Association (NMTA) is a nonprofit promoting safe trucking practices in the state of New Mexico. They advocate for the needs of the trucking industry within the state.

Logo for Driver Employer Council of America, an association for those who employ CDL drivers

Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA)

The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) is a nonprofit that aims to achieve compatibility, reciprocity, and uniformity in commercial motor vehicle enforcement and inspections within the United States, Canada, and Mexico with the goal of improving driver and vehicle safety.

Logo for the Commercial Vehicle Training Association which is an association of truck driving schools

Commercial Vehicle Training Association (CVTA)

The Commercial Vehicle Training Association (CVTA) is the largest association of commercial truck driver training programs in the United States. Their certification, advocacy, and education programs help advance the development of CDL training across the country.

Earn Your CDL With Us

Start on the road to a truck driving career by earning your CDL at Phoenix Truck Driving School. Our programs give you valuable skills that will help you succeed in the trucking industry. No matter where you attend, we are committed to giving you a valuable experience and a thorough education.

Contact us today to learn more about our truck driving training programs in New Mexico, Texas, and Arizona.

*Professional truck drivers earn a mean annual wage of $46,370. The top 10% of truck drivers make more than $66,840 per year according to the 2019 Bureau of Labor Statistics.